outpost[ out-pohst ]SEE DEFINITION OF outpost
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OUTPOST
It was proposed to build an outpost of Weald there, against blueskins.
She had only one sentinel on the outpost of her spirit, and that was the sense of touch and feeling.
Holt was formerly known as Lyons, and was a Roman outpost of Chester.
While the fight was raging on the plain, Weber with his outpost was driven in.
This was merely an outpost strategy, laid as they passed along.
As usual, the Rangers were assigned to outpost duty and scouting.
Several thousand mosquitos are assiduously eating the outpost.
It was a crisis in the history of Europe: the outpost of Christendom was at bay.
For fifty years it was a kind of outpost of that part of the State.
He desired me to send two companies to strengthen the outpost.